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Cooking with Honey 
  • For every cup of sugar, substitute 2/3 cup of honey.
  • For every cup of honey
    • subtract 1/4 cup of other liquids.
    • add 1/4 teaspoon baking soda.
  • Reduce oven temperature by 25°F.

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  • Use equal amounts of honey for sugar up to one cup. Over one cup, replace each cup of sugar with 2/3 to 3/4 cup honey depending upon the sweetness desired.
  • Lower the baking temperature 25 degrees and watch your time carefully since products with honey brown faster.
  • In recipes using more than one cup honey for sugar, it may be necessary to reduce liquids by 1/4 cup per cup of honey.
  • In baked goods, add 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda per cup of honey if baking soda is not already included in the recipe. This will reduce the acidity of the honey, as well as increase the volume of your product.
  • Moisten a measuring spoon or cup first with water, oil, or an egg before measuring the honey to prevent it from sticking to the measuring utensil. Honey is heavy by weight. A 12 ounce jar equals one standard 8 ounce cup. A quart weighs 3 pounds.

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